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For example, when I went looking for posts with "Super Search" in the title and typed "Super Search" into the searchbox, it took me straight to the Super Search page.
Unfortunately, we have just the one box doing both search & goto functionality. Separating these two would be good. As a workaround, to force a search just drop off a letter: cryp, Super Searc.
Perhaps it's just me, but my eyes immediately key on the results, semi-ignoring the surrounding text.
I don't think it's just you. Do you think bigger text would help?

In reply to Re^3: Super Search discouraged? by ysth
in thread Super Search discouraged? by wojtyk

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